Reading and dating roman coins

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Illustrated throughout with coin images, the book is a particularly handy reference for a beginner to take to a museum with an ancient Mediterranean coin exhibit. ROMAN PROVINCIAL COINS IN GREEK-SPEAKING PROVINCES (also called Greek Imperials) 1. Berk (1986) Black line drawings make attribution of bronzes easy with this useful book available for under .Part I "An Outline of Ancient Greek Coins" begins with maps and helpful black line drawings of the Greek minting process. It is a worthy prelude to purchasing the much more expensive Sear reference work. The book does as it says: it teaches you to read and date Roman Imperial coins.

I don't think that I am exaggerating when I say that every collector of Roman coins should have this book, although, due to the fact that it is out of print, this may not be possible.Quite simply, if the reader is interested in beginning a collection of Roman coins, this book might prove to be of some assistance. Co, 1977Usually ships within 1 - 2 business days, New. We provide domestic tracking upon request, provide personalized customer service and want you to have a great experience purchasing from us. Used - Good, Usually ships in 1-2 business days, Connecting readers with great books since 1972. 100% satisfaction guaranteed and thank you for your consideration. Used books may not include companion materials, some shelf wear, may contain highlighting/notes, may not include cd-rom or access codes. I have many times seen this fascination in the eyes of my own friends and acquaintances, so many of whom have no interest in either numismatics or the history of Rome. Both the size and title of this book should immediately make manifest to all concerned that it has been written with the thought of serving as an introduction, only, to the vast study of the coins of the Roman Empire.

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